Mitchell Beazley has acquired The Home Edit Workbook by Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin of the Netflix series "Get Organized with The Home Edit".
Octopus publisher Alison Starling acquired UK and Commonwealth rights from the authors via Ben Fowler at Abner Stein. It will be published on 2nd March 2021.
This workbook will be a "practical companion" to the authors' first two books, The Home Edit (2019) and The Home Edit Life (2020), both published by Mitchell Beazley. The guidebook will include 52 projects to help readers "contain the chaos in every corner of the house" from organising the kitchen junk drawer to organising your work from home space.
Starling commented: "It’s been hugely exciting to be part of the rapid rise in popularity of "The Home Edit" as millions of people have discovered their stylish – yet realistic – approach to keeping the chaos at bay. Joanna and Clea understand that people are juggling busy lives and that minimalism doesn’t work for everyone – but recognise that so many of us crave the pleasures of living in a calm, well‐ordered space. We’re delighted to have The Home Edit Workbook to add to our range of Home Edit books."
Shearer and Teplin said: "We absolutely love the UK and love our fans there even more! We are so grateful for their support, which is why it's such an honour to have all three of our Home Edit books available to them with Mitchell Beazley."
Shearer and Teplin founded "The Home Edit" with the goal of "merging conventional organisation and interior design". They have 4.7 million followers on Instagram and their Netflix series "Get Organized with The Home Edit" launched in September 2020.
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